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Thursday, November 12, 2009

Move order Types

Move Orders can be created from different sources. These move orders are identified by Move order type at the header level. Different types of move orders are:

Move Order Requisitions: These are created from the move order form. Based on the setup at the organization and item level, move orders require approval before they can be allocated and transacted. These requisitions can be created to charge an account or move the material from one subinventory to another.

Replenishment Move Orders: These are auto-created with pre approved status. Depending on the planning type you can replenish the quantity in a subinventory for an item. Three types of replenishment plans (in relation to move orders) are available:

  1. Min-max Replenishment Planning
  2. Kanban Replenishment Planning
  3. Replenishing Count planning

Based on these sources, when appropriate programs are run, move orders are automatically created.

Pick Wave Move Order Requisitions: These move orders are specifically for the sales order picking process. When Pick Releasing program is run move orders are created as preapproved and allocated. Pick Confirm process transacts these pick wave move orders.


  1. Hi,

    You have explained the move order in a excellent way.

    I have a query in the transact move order

    Query: Is it possible to transact more quantity than the requested quantity?

    If so pls send me the solution to my mail

    Thanks in advance.


  2. Hi Devendra, thank you for posting this valuable information.
    I was wondering how to setup the approval for the requisition Move order type.
    Is there any specific setups required to setup the approval hierarchy for the Move orders?


  3. Hi Ronny,

    You need to have a planner linked to the Items on a move order at Master items > General Planning tab.

    This will send a notifaction to the planner linked.



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